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This reliable little Fells Point sushi house has demonstrated impressive consistency and staying power, and we know a few mavens who swear up and down that the sushi here is the best in town. The udon, tempuras, pajun (Korean-style pancakes), and gyoza are all a notch above the norm, too.
A unique movement and wellness ceneter specializing in Pilates, Pilates based training, Yoga, Bellydance, Acupuncture, Massage Therapy and much more.
Great drink prices with a no frills look, attitude, pool table and great people.
Remember bread-you know, the staff of life? Bonaparte's is a panophobes nightmare. The breads are perfection. The bakery's gay Fells Point outpost sells a prix fixe breakfast and lunch, featuring traditional French sandwiches and rich, eggy quiches. In mild weather, an esplanade provides some of the town's most serene al fresco dining. Bring that novel you've been working on.
The Brass Monkey features local, alternative live shows where tickets are pre-sold by the bands themselves. Live music every Thursday through Saturday night for bands and TUESDAY is Acoustic Open Mic Nite hosted by Jack Burns.
A bar submerged in traditional Latino culture is a great place to end your night after dining at any one of Fells Point's Mexican restaurants. Cash only.
This Fells Point legend features live music nightly including American roots music, blues, and jazz.
Things change. The original Daily Grind-ramshackle and smoky-is now a maritime museum. Smokers have been banished from the new location as well, and the crowd coming in looks positively reputable. The Key Coffee brews are still among the best around, and nourishing sandwiches (powerhouses, hummus sandwiches) and baked goods (that blueberry muffin) remain affordable.
"Under new management as of 2/07, now consistently open and serving great fresh food! Come enjoy our Pizza, Pasta, Soups, and Sandwiches! Order takeout online at our website and skip the line!"
It is the place to hear Baltimore's finest DJs.
No matter how many years we have been going to Henninger's, we always feel like we're being let in on a local dining secret when we walk in. Maybe it's because the scruffy front bar belies the elegant food therein, or the fact that the place is in a quiet back corner of Upper Fells Point. Henninger's food is ambitious and always seems to have a trick up its sleeve--like the menu-staple fried oysters, which arrive here on a bed of wilted lettuce in a delicious Pernod cream sauce. We're willing to ride along on fun fare like Henninger's Fighting Fish, a tempura-fried catch of the day with Hong Kong-style vegetables and sticky rice, but the menu also satisfies the more traditional diner with crab cakes and filet mignon (though that comes wrapped in applewood bacon with citrus-sweet potato mash.)
This Fells Point bar offers happy hour Monday- Thursday 5pm–9pm and Friday 5pm–7pm offering:
$3 Import Drafts
$2 Domestic Bottles
$2 Rail Drinks
$1.50 Bud Light Draft
Weekly specials include Rockin Karaoke-Monday
Open Mic Night-Tuesday
Live Music Thursday-Sunday
If you can get a seat in this busy diner in the heart of Fells Point, it's probably the best cheap eats to be found in the neighborhood. Tasty lunch-counter basics, like meat-loaf sandwiches, pancakes, and burgers round out the menu, and if you've got a hankering for a little something to wash down that pancake breakfast, they serve alcohol all day, too.
Kali's Court is a posh and expensive Mediterranean seafood restaurant that earns stellar marks with its romantic, candlelit interior and its small boutique menu--only a half-dozen or so entrées, appetizers, and salads. The results are exquisite--an albino anchovy salad with fennel, toasted almonds, and black-truffle vinaigrette; a killer of a bouillabaisse with lobster, green-lip mussels, calamari, and seasonal fish. Kali's Court is particularly loved for its grilled whole fish--they helped put bronzini on Baltimore's culinary map--and the dreamy outdoor garden, for which early reservations are a must.
Kali's Mezze still packs the house for authentic Mediterranean small plates. Looking for fatoush, horta, or pastirma? You'll find it here along with savory cheese pies, moussaka, and a tarama that will make you wish you could lick your plate.
Listen to progressive and dance music two to three days a week.
What fgoes better with a harbor view than all manner of raw, steamed, and prepared-otherwise seafood, which highlights what this gregarious spot dishes out.
"Baltimore's unique gastro cafe serves only the finest distinctive foods and quality beverages. Rated 3 stars, "Best new cafe with style" by Sun food critic. Food is prepared by Paris Cordon Bleu trained chef. Illy hand-pressed coffees and espressos. European sipping chocolate is to die for! Free WiFi."
Baltimore City Paper, 501 N. Calvert Street, P.O. Box 1377, Baltimore, MD 21278
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